Tag: identity politics
Walter E. Williams on Race in America: A Tribute by His Former Student

Walter E. Williams, outspoken Black libertarian economist, professor of economics at George Mason University (GMU) for 40 years, syndicated newspaper columnist, author of 13 books, and occasional guest host on Rush Limbaugh’s radio show, died December 2, 2020, after teaching a class at GMU. He was 84. The world will be less informed and...
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Election Subtext: Most Voters Still Love American Liberty

Are you dissatisfied with the November 2020 elections? If you value constitutional liberty, the results may actually give reason for hope. I don’t care much about party labels, but during the campaign season one of our major parties seemed to embrace large doses of socialism in practice if not in name: Medicare for all,...
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Faction: The Underlying Cause of Anger and Hatred in America

Efforts by America’s founders to control factions in perpetuity, via both direct and spontaneous means, appear to be failing.

Identity Groups: Am I Eligible for This Award?

Diversity of ideas should be considered when discussing “diversity”.

My Vagina Doesn’t Care for Your Identity Politics

A couple years ago I arrived in New Orleans for a small conference. Prior to the opening dinner and reception, I went to the hotel gym to exercise. There was a man on one of the other cardio machines, and a national news network was on the TV. I got on the treadmill and...
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